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Organise your event in Morocco

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Morocco has become one of the most popular and sought-after destinations in the MICE sector, due to its rich history, culture and natural beauty, as well as offering a wide variety of options for events and activities, from conference centers, golf courses and luxury hotels to themed events in historic palaces and traditional gardens, Team Building activities, exclusive accommodation under the stars, ginkhanas, self-driving excursions, quad biking, dromedary rides and endless activities.

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Its location is unbeatable since it has a direct air connection from the main European airports with the main Moroccan capitals such as Marrakech, Casablanca, Fez or Tangier, cities prepared to host large events. Its exoticism, its charm and its infrastructure make Morocco a very complete proposal


In addition to Arabic, which is the official language, the daily language is dialectal Arabic, as well as Berber dialects. Although most Moroccans speak French, many also speak Spanish.


Islam is the official religion of Morocco, but it coexists perfectly with other faiths. Although access to mosques and holy places is prohibited to non-Muslims, only the visit of the Hassan II Great Mosque in Casablanca is allowed.

Mint tea is the symbol of hospitality and is frequently offered. In the souks it is common to haggle over prices. To take photos of people it is advisable to ask their permission.


Morocco offers you the possibility of changing the climate in a few hours: from the snowy peaks of the Atlas to the desert, or to the beach. The average annual sun is over eight hours in most cities with an average temperature of 25º. It is advisable to bring light clothing for the day and something warm for the nights, especially in the interior, in the south and if you travel between September and March.


Spaniards do not need a visa to visit Morocco for a three-month tourist stay. A passport with a minimum validity of six months is required. Nor is any vaccination or antimalarial treatment required for travelers from Europe. It is recommended to drink bottled water. Medical assistance for foreigners is not free.


In Morocco, the official currency is the Dirham, but most shops accept other types of international currencies such as the Euro. Credit cards are generally accepted in the big hotels, boutiques and restaurants, and sometimes even in the souks. Money can be withdrawn at banks with a credit card or with checks, or directly at the distributor in some large cities.


Taxi transport is quite cheap in Morocco, it is recommended to agree on the price of the service in advance. There are 2 types: the petit taxi and the grand taxi. The petit taxi only have permission to circulate within the city and 3 occupants. Grand taxis can perform services between different cities for a greater number of occupants.